Claude News (Claude, Tex.), Vol. 61, No. 32, Ed. 1 Thursday, April 10, 1952 Page: 2 of 6
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BLkXttX, AHMBTRCiWd ddttfWr. TEX., THtmtoAY, APR. 10. 1903.
ter Flowers to be on Display
SATURDAY AFTERNOON, April 12
and Easter Sunday
at the home of Tom Henry Miller
who is the Claude Agent for
of Amarillo ,
A Truck Load of Easter Lilies and
Corsages will be on display
The Public is invited to drive by
and see these beautiful flowers
and leave their orders if they should
desire flowers for Easter
Three dimensional pictures of many
beautiful flower arrangements
and prices may be seen at the showing
Come by and see the showing
whether you wish to buy or not
Just want you to see them
Tom Henry Miller
Claude Agent Phone 20-W
See our line of Fishing Supplies
Before you go to the creek
You can get the best advice as to
where to go from Verna, too
Mitchell Goodwin Lumber Co,
Phone 94 Claude
for all the WORLD
(Continued from First Pace)
ter buy a waahin machine and give
up that thalr lake water he's been
a usin ter wash his duds In. We
always called It tattle-tailed lake
I wuz rite proud of cowtown tho.
Those folks down thair realizes
what moral degenerations we can
up and get into. Cause all along
the streets I kept a readln signs
what sed 'Keep Right" and I ups
and thinks that's a mitty good slo-
gan ter remind the folks of.
I felt rite good too about how
hospital thay wuz. Every once in
a while I hit a signfwhat sed "No
U Turn" which of course always
gave me the chance ter go ahead
of those other fellers what weren't
Another sign sed "No Right Turn
On Red" but since I wuz on Fleet-
foot we made It okey.
One sip,n, tho, made me feel rite
bad. It twer "Slow School." Don't
seem lite democratic to go a td-
vertisin such things Just cause the
kids In that school maybe ain't
quite as smart as tudders.
* # ♦
While a visitln Cowpoke Rudder-
ford, what is a makln a corn-fed
preacher, he ups and gives me a
volumn of them thair Harvard
Classics what has 51 volumna. Sure
gonna come In handy too. Got a
rite smart of tables what need a
proppln so they won't wobble. Then
too, when them thair nepshaws
came a visttin we can prop them
up to the table like gron-folks.
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Been a readin too about all these
here twins, quintroopluts and quads
a bcln borned. There's gettln ter be
more an more. The shape things Is
around thesehere parts guess they
is plum afeared to come Into the
world by themselfs anymore. Can't
see as how I blame 'em.
Rite sorry ter learn the troubles
we had while I v.uz outta town.
Course you learned last week what
troubles we had but when I ups
and blew back into town I found
this here letter nailed ter my fence
post and I feel rite bad about It.
Dear Uncle Claude;
You should never have left the
west forty over your week-end.
Something terrible always happens
when an old out and out country
boy ' Goes to town." Anyway, since
I wrote you last week, regarding
tho Rain Maker being in the hos-
pital, a most terrible thing has
happened; he passed to liis reward-
His condition suddenly became
serious when upon failing to make
water, he unsuccessively tried to
make hail stones. This was fatal.
Yours very respectives,
N. O. Moisture
Aric • • •
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One day they led Him un Calvary's .'Mountain,
One day they nailed llim to die on the tree;
Suffering anguish, despised and rejected:
Bearing our sins, my Redeemer is He.
tine day the grave could conceal llim no longer,
One day the stone rolled away from the door;
Then He arose, over death He had conquered;
Now is ascended, my Lord evermore!
One day the trumpet will sound for His coming.
One day the skies with Ilis glories will shine;
Wonderful day, mv beloved ones bringing;
Glorious Savior, this Jesus is mine!
WORSHIP THIS GRACIOUS LORD WITH US
First Baptist Church
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fI'LL BUY THAT S>-tpT'
GUN NOW- I SOLD SOME
STUFF FROM THE ATTIC) \
WITH A WAMTAP
Sett "White Elephants"
Buy What You Wfltnt!
wild flowers aa the weather warms
up. I see that I'm going to need
a wild flower book to find out all
the names of the different kinds
that are growing.
The Bill Wisdom family has mov-
ed Into their newly built home and
seem to be doing well and happy.
I have not seen the Chas. Reed
family yet. The Blakneys are still
John, Carole and I are really
having new experiences In every
way here. Have not been fishing
yet *tho It's been too cold most of
the' time and we're too busy the
other part of the time.
There are more wild berries in
these woods. So far we have found
wild black berry, dew berry and
We were In the woods a little
while yesterday and were they ever
so fragrant with wild plum blos-
Enclosed you'll find a check for
one years subscription to The
Claude News paper. We ex-Texans
would like to keep up with what
you folks are doing there.
P. S. Going along with these
beautiful wilds are the ticks. They
are terrible. Ha! Ha! It's not all
paradise here. We find quite a
number of drawbacks, of course
that's in every place you live.
Norma), healthy pigs fed an ex-
perimental ration enforced by an-
tibiotics show a 20 percent increase
in weight over their brothers, ac-
cording to experiments carried on
by the U S. Department of Agri-
culture. The experiments also show
some startling results In the feed-
ing of unthrifty and sickly pigs.
Two groups of unthrifty pigs
were used in the experiment. One
group was fed a normal, well-bal-
anced diet. The other group was
fed the same diet enforced by an-
tibiotics. The group receiving anti-
biotics In their ration gained almost
twice as much weight as the group
which received only the regular diet.
However, say USDA scientists, an-
tibiotics should not be expected to
correct nutritional weaknesses in
the diet, The ration should be well-
balanced and nutrititious to begin
with. Antibiotics are not a substi-
tute for good management practices
and sanitation, the USDA points
out, nor are they effective in mak-
ing a good ration out ot a poor one.
But antibiotics can be used to help
pigs get the most out of a balanced
Xdlton * Publishers
Wm. J. B. WAOOONKR
CECIL O. WAGGONER
Entered as second clsas mall matter
at the post office at Claude, Texas,
under the Act of March 30, 1879,
PUBLISHED EVERY THURSDAY
, -: Subscription Rates :•
In this Trade Territory, year._...$3.00
Outside Trade Territory, year *3.50
The Claude News is authorized to
announce the following candidates
lor the oft ice under which their
names appear, subject to the action
of the Democratic Primary, which
is to be held July 2G, 1952. Tilt stur
proceeding any name below in-
dicates candidates for re-election to
that, respective olfice.
For 30th Dist. State Senate:
"A. J. ROGERS
"HAROLD M. LaFONT
For County Judge:
•RICHARD S. MORRIS
For Sheriff, Assessor anil Collector:
"JOHN W. MOORE
CHARLES EISENHAUR, JR.
W. HOWELL (HAL) AVERYT
For County & District Clerk:
For County Treasurer:
MRS. M. M. (Sue) KF.RR
'MRS. MAGGIE TIMS
For Commissioner of Prect. 1:
LEO N. CONRAD
JOHN W. BUTLER
C. N. BELL
For Commissioner of I'rect. No. 2
cleve o. bennett
w. w. (bill) Mcdowell
For Commissioner of Prect. No. 3
For Commissioner of Prect. No. 4:
ROET. E. WESTBROOK
The Easter sermon at 11:00 o'-
clock next Sunday will be, "Will a
Man Live Alter Death.'' Miss .Joyce
Woodward will bring the message
The Bible School under the lead-
ership of Leroy Lowry will meet
in classes at 10:00 o'clock.
The youth of the church con-
venes at 6:30 P .M. In the educa-
tional room of the church.
The Open Forum at 7:30 led by
the pastor. Here is a free discus-
sion and Interpretation of the
Holy Word by Matthew.
The public is invited to services
where the chimes ring.—Ford A.
Tyler Street Drug
201 W. flTII. AMARILLO
A: GOOD SANDWICHES
We give SAII Green Stamps
WHAT. NO TIN CANS?—Having given up hope of f.nding a tin
ca;i ot f.r. international agriculture exhibition in Paris, this billy-
coat wi ( h.-iis from Normandy, condescends to accept a handiul of
hay .'rem f, v e-ycar-old Anne-Marie Vergnc Her bearded friend
v/us Judg i one of the best animals raised on European farms
PENSIVE MOOD Matching
the pose of a pensive statue in
the Luxembourg Gardens of
Paris, a hard-thinking Sorbonne
student applies himself to his
studies. A sure sign of the com-
ing of spring are student* who
take advantage of warmer
weather to study outdoors.
Q. I drive 30 miles Into the city
every day to go to work. Twice a
week, before work, I stop in at a
VA clinic for out-patient treat-
ment for my service-connected dis-
ability. Could VA pay for my trans-
portation on these days that I take
A. No. The only time VA could
authorize transportation would be
if the travel were performed pri-
marily for the purpose of getting
treatment, at VAs request. Travel
pay could not be granted in your
case, since your job takes you to
the city every day, as it is.
Q. I am a disabled Korean vete-
ran, soon to be discharged from
.service. Must I wait until after vfi
finds my disability to be service-
connected, before I may apply for
ihe special GI life insurance for
A. You need not wait until VA
rules on service-connection. Instead,
you may apply as soon as you arc
separated from service, and thus
set the machinery in motion for a
ruling on whether your disability
Q. I was disabled a couple of
months ago, while training in an
Army camp in the United States
Would I be eligible for vocational
training since I was disaMed dur-
[ ing t|ie Korean hostilities, even
though I didn't get my disability
in the Korean fighting?
j A. Yes, you may be eligible if
you meet all the other requirement
of the law—such as a compensable
service-connected disability, a need
for training to overcome your hand-
icap, and an olher-than-dlshonor-
able discharge. The disability may
have occurred anyplace in the
Digging into the turf outside
Milan, a workman breaks ground
at lh>; site of what may soon be
Italy's "Hollywood," while an-
other man finishes the sign that
pomes the area: Cinedelphia.
Long jealous of Rome's leader-
ship in the film industiy, Milan
js building its own "screenland."
When you make a trip out of
town, it is news to your friends.
Call your floral needs to our Claude
agent - Stella-Mae Shoppe, Phone 175
26th. & Fillmore Amarillo Ph 3-4535
AND INSURANCE COVERING
Seven Other Dread Diseases
For the Entire Family
HUSBAND, WIFE AND CHILDREN ONLY
$10 A YEAR
FOR AN INDIVIDUAL ONLY
$5 A YEAR
Policy Provides Benefits up to $5000
for each member of the family for treatment when stricken
by these most dreaded and feared diseases: POLIO—SCARLET
FEVER — DIPT1IERIA — SPINAL MENINGITIS — ENCEPHA-
LITIS — SMALL POX — LEUKEMIA — TETANUS.
Please furnish me full details about your $5,000 Dreaded
Disease Idemnity Policy, without ohllsatlon on ni> p:>rt.
— MAIL ABOVE COUPON
Chas. W. Stewart, Agent
CLAUDE, TEXAS Box 3U!> PIIONE 30
DROP BY OFFICE OR MAIL ABOVE COUPON
Olin Lambert is inviled to call for Free Theatre Ticket
George R. Crowell
Mrs. Horace 1!. Dye is invited to call for Free Theatre Ticket
WIN YOUR RACE
For Business Supremacy |
you Can M.ltc
| HAS MEDICAL CARE
TOO MUCH ?
To those of you who sent In new:
' this week; many Thanks.
POODLE USES NOODLE-
Tiied of hearing all the remarks
passed about poodle haircuts,
actress Colleen Miller's pooch,
Pietro, decided that earmufls
were fit for a dog such as he.
Colleen joined him, wearing ex-
act duplicates with propellers.
3., IS THE
Answer to Question No. 1
The U.S Bureau of Labor Sta-
tistics shows that clothing costs
in June 1951 were 104 per cent
higher than the 1935-39 average,
j house furnishings 112.5 per cent
I higher, and recreation G8 3 per
! pent. Medical care costs, how-
I i ver, were only 54.7 per cent
above Ihe 1935-39 period. When
there is serious illness in the
family, medical costs can be
high. Nevertheless, the financial
burden of medical, surgical and
hospital costs to an individual
can be lessened by health in-
surance plans now available.
Answer to Question No. 2:
Antibiotics are substances de-
veloped from moulds. They are
used to destroy or limit the ac.
tion of certain bacteria or virus-
es. Antibiotics include penicil-
lin and several others. They or-
dinarily do not harm normal celh.
Antibiotics have been very suc-
cessful in curing pneumonia, tu-
berculosis, blood stream infec-
tions, syphilis and many other
infections. Your family doctor is
well informed in the use of
Answer to Question No. 3:
Presence in your household ot
the cockroach means that your
housekeeping could be improved,
for the roach loves dark, damp,
dirty places. It may act as a car-
rier of disease germs.
(Copyright 1952 by Health Inform*'
lion Foundation) .,
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